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Unit 2 Why did people come to Idaho?
Can you find the state of Idaho?
People came to Idaho… to get the free land in Oregon…preach…mine gold…trap animals…and shepherd sheep… yes really !
Oregon Trail People went through what is now Idaho to get the free land in Oregon. They trailed through Idaho to get to Oregon.
Free land in Oregon, come by foot or wagon. Build a dream home and have the space you have always wanted.
Use the map and see what geographic features people had to cross to get to Oregon.
The Snake River
The Oregon Trail made Fort Boise a very popular place to be.
Others came to preach their church beliefs and find a new home.
Mormon settlers started the first permanent settlement in what is now Franklin, Idaho.
Franklin, Idaho was the first permanent settlement in Idaho.
The Mormon settlers then traveled North and built Fort Lemhi in order to preach to the Indians.
Use the map to look at the trip taken to reach the Native Americans. Rocky Mountains
Santa Fe Trail Went from Missouri into New Mexico Territory.
Oregon Country In the early 1800’s American’s first heard about the Oregon Country which was the huge area that today includes Oregon, Washington, Idaho,
In 1834, a group of missionaries traveled west to the Oregon territory. In the years that followed, many other settlers followed. The Oregon Trail.
Expanding West Trails to the West Chapter 11, Section 1 Pages
The Diverse Peoples of the West Chapter 17 Social Studies Test.
Be Prepared!!! Grab a packet Today we will... Discuss Fur Trapping in the West Understand the origin of Mountain Men Begin talking about the Oregon Trail.
Chapter 14 section 3. Americans looking for new lands to settle ignored the plains from the Mississippi River to the Rockies. This area had been described.
MOUNTAIN MAN – a fur trader or trapper who lived in the West prior to regular settlement
Trails helped travel become easier and more efficient. Trails were used by farmers, ranchers, miners, and business men. They were used for migration.
Migrating Westward CHAPTER 5, SECTION 1. Settling the Spanish Borderlands The Spanish North was sparsely populated compared to present-day Mexico.
Trails to the West Westward Expansion. Trails to the West Section 1: Trails to the West Why did people go west and what challenges did they face?
Migrating Westward CHAPTER 5, SECTION 1. Settling the Spanish Borderlands The Spanish North was sparsely populated compared to present-day Mexico due.
Westward Expansion Oregon Country 2-The Republic of Texas 3-California and the Southwest 4-The Mexican War 5-Americans Rush West.
Lewis and Clark By: Kayla Hetherman + Ashley Gaffney.
TRAILS TO THE WEST Trails to the West. TRAILS OF THE WEST Santa Fe Trail Oregon Trail Mormon Trail Spanish Trail.
Jeopardy Timeline Oregon Trail GovernmentEconomics Land forms.
Chapter 16 Life in the West. The Explorers Reasons they moved to the West They wanted to begin trade with Indian people. They hoped to find the Northwest.
Manifest destiny field trip By: Bruce Mosley. Fort Mandan In the early spring is when the party left and started there journey. On the way they met Shoshones.
By: Eric Coulton, Riley Holman, and Kayla Pierce. On to Oregon and California.
Mountain Men (pages ) Who were the Mt. Men? Why were they important in the settlement of the West?
Settlement of the West Chapter 9 Section 1. Objectives Trace the settlement and development of the Spanish borderlands. Explain the concept of Manifest.
In the 1830s the grassy plains that were located between the Mississippi River and the Rocky Mountains was designated as Indian Territory In the 1840.
Bell Ringer Why would the discovery of Gold in California make such a huge impact on the future of the United States?
A written record of what someone has seen, done, or thought. Diary.
BY MS. BROWN THE LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION. WHAT AND WHO? Meriwether Lewis William Clark Lewis and Clark were explorers who led an important expedition.
Chapter 11 Lesson 4 Moving West. Trails West In 1824, Crow Indians showed a trapper a way through the Rocky Mountains that was wide enough for wagons.
Trails to the West EQ: Why did people go West and what challenges did they face?
Notes Set up 1. Manifest Destiny- 2. Who moved- 3. When- 4. Why move- 5. Trails to take- 6. Traveling- 7. Daily life- 8. Dangers- 9.
Map Activity/ Supply and Demand Opportunity Cost Teacher Page WESTWARD EXPANSION The following activities were created by Dawn Wise/Barrington.
The Indians that lived in the West had a peaceful life. They enjoyed roaming the plains, hunting, and living with their families, until the 1800s.
Aim: Is it our right to expand our country?. What do you see?
Chapter 13 Section 2 Trails to the West Explain how traders and fur trappers helped open the West. List the reasons pioneers traveled along the Oregon.
Chapter 10 “Expanding West” Ms. Monteiro Trails West Texas Mexican- American War Grab Bag
Westward Movement Compare the experiences of different groups who migrated and settled in the West, including their reasons for migrating, their experiences.
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Settlement of the West 2.
Welcome to... A Game of X’s and O’s
Stories of the Oregon Country began in the ______ Stretched from northern California to the southern border of Alaska. The ______________________________________.
In the 1830’s and 1840’s, Americans who moved to California took the Oregon Trail, which forked off in Idaho at the Snake River southwards. This became.
Terms and People William Becknell – an American who forged the Santa Fe Trail in 1821 John Jacob Astor – a German immigrant who established the American.
AMERICAN HISTORY Wednesday, April 13, 2011 Mr. Aragona Countdown: 2.
The Oregon Trail War with Mexico California Gold Rush Pages Workbook 79.
Quick facts about the Corps of Discovery. The Corps explored the Louisiana Purchase. The transaction between the United States and France had just taken.
Chapter 13 Section 1. The Lure of Oregon In the 1820’s the white settlers owned much of the land between the Appalachians and the Mississippi River. Many.
MANIFEST DESTINY Chapter 6, Section 1. Americans Head West Hundreds of thousands of Americans migrated west in the 1840s and 1850s People went to.
HOMEWORK OREGON TRAIL WRITING HOMEWORK. Disease For his skills – protection, hunting/fishing, tracking, etc. They go ahead and report back what to expect.
Exploring the West Unit 5 – Chapter 11 – Lesson 1 Pages
H ISTORY Chapter 13 Study Guide. O BJECTIVE 1.1 Mexico gave Moses Austin a grant of land to get settlers from the United States to build ranches and farms.
Lewis and Clark Zebulon Pike John C. Fremont Exploring the West.
Hi Kids! I’m your host, Alex Trebeck. Where in the world are we? Land Regions Fur trading days The Missionaries $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300.
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